A pioneering stem cell treatment developed by scientists at Oper Technology, a biotechnology start-up attached to Hong Kong Baptist University, has proven to be “very successful” when tested on rats, especially in cases of Parkinson’s. Its co-founder suggests the method could eventually become an “ultimate treatment” for the disease. Photo: Reuters

A pioneering stem cell treatment developed by scientists at Oper Technology, a biotechnology start-up attached to Hong Kong Baptist University, has proven to be “very successful” when tested on rats, especially in cases of Parkinson’s. Its co-founder suggests the method could eventually become an “ultimate treatment” for the disease. Photo: Reuters
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